momentum investing

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Why Go Short?


Bond returns are primarily a function of two things: interest rates and duration. Interest rates are intended to reflect the cost of money, adjusted for credit risk and...

Solving real-world, fixed-income investor problems


Financial products exist, or should exist, for a very specific reason: to solve real-world investor problems...

Smart Beta: It’s Turning Up Everywhere


“Smart beta” or “factor-based” ETFs are turning up in more and more places. The strategies vary widely – from equally...

Using Momentum to Capitalize on Market Trends


It may seem paradoxical at first glance, but bond investors can often do well in a period of gradually rising interest rates.

Bringing Momentum to Bond Investing


As Isaac Newton noted, objects in motion tend to remain in motion until something comes along to disrupt them. This same principle has long been recognized by...